Here's a picture of the left side disc setup, installed, next to the mockup .
You're looking at disc brakes on a 1960 Chrysler 300F .
Another view from the outside !
Since the original spindle and steering arm are used, there's no need to take the car to alignment !
And a view of the backside - nice and clean !
And a last view of the back side with the wheel
turned full left. Note the clearance between the caliper and the frame.
I did not replace the single master cylinder with a dual master cylinder nor
do I have a proportioning valve. I simply removed the check valve in the
master. The brakes work just fine. My '66 300 Conv. came with disc brakes
and a single master cylinder, and no proportioning valve, and they worked
just fine. However, I am considering modifying a dual master to replace the
single. Anyone familiar with the 300F knows that little space remains between
the master cylinder and booster. I believe I have a solution which I may
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